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Trade name: Copper Sulphate Pentahydrate (Cupric Sulfate Pentahydrate)
Formula: CuSO4.5H2O
CAS No. : 7758-99-8
HS Code: 2833.25

Mol Weight: 249.68
Appearance: Blue crystals, granula or powder
Odour: Odourless
Melting Point: 110 degrees C. Above 100 degrees C, copper sulfate loses water from crystallization with formation of the monohydrate
Boiling Point: 653 degree C (decompose)
Solubility in Water: 320 g/L (20 degree C)
Density: 2.284

Industrial Grade
Purity: 96.0% min
Water Insoluble : 0.2% max
Free Flowing Acid : 0.1% max
Appearance: Blue crystals powder

Fertilizer Grade
Purity: 98% min
Cu: 25% min
As: 15 ppm max
Pb: 15 ppm max
Cd: 15 ppm max
Appearance: Blue crystals, powder or lump 20-50mm

Feed Grade
Purity: 98% min
Cu: 25% min
Ni: 20ppm max
Pb: 10 ppm max
Cd: 10 ppm max
As: 10 ppm max
Hg: 0.1ppm max
Fe: 0.1% max
Water Insoluble: 0.05% max
Appearance: Blue crystals, powder or lump 20-50mm

Electroplating Grade
Purity:99.0% min
Cu: 25.2% min
Water Insoluble: 0.005% max
Co: 5ppm max
Zn: 10ppm min
Fe: 10ppm max
As: 5ppm max
Cl: 10ppm max
Pb: 10ppm max
Ni: 5ppm max
Cr: 5ppm max
Cd: 3ppm max
pH(5%water solution) : 3.5-4.5
Appearance: Blue crystals powder

It can be used to plate metals with copper, as a fungicide or herbicide, or as a chemical test for water (the anhydrous form will absorb water, turning blue) . Mixed with lime it is called Bordeaux mixture. It is also used, in Fehling's solution, to test for reducing sugars, which reduce the blue Cu2+aq ions to red copper(I) oxide. Still other uses include hair dyes and the processing of leather and textiles.

Copper sulfate is also used to test blood for anemia. A drop of the patient's blood is dropped into a container of copper sulfate, if it sinks within a certain time, then the patient has sufficient haemogloblin levels and is not anemic. If the blood floats or sinks too slowly, then the patient is iron-deficient and may be anemic.

In a flame test, copper ions emit a deep blue-green light, much more blue than the flame test for barium.

PACKING: 25kgs/PP woven bags or 1000kgs/PP jumbo bag

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